Written by Jen A. Miller
A powerful network of researchers and community members are working to improve the lives of people in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the U.S. and provide access to resources amid the pandemic.
By Michael Davis (B.A. ’03)
Elizabeth Weaver II (B.S.’ 05, M.S.’ 09), associate director of the Brains & Behavior Focus Area of the Neuroscience Institute and an Alumni Association 40 Under 40 honoree, is raising awareness of the growing threat posed by long COVID and the community of patients pushing for research and treatment.
By Rebecca Rakoczy
Professors at Perimeter College are working with local teachers and students to educate them about how to detect radon in their own communities.
Interview by Noelle Toumey Reetz
In his new book, Urban Studies Professor Dan Immergluck shines a light on the forces that are reshaping the metro area, including politics, race and the need for more affordable housing.
Assistant Professor Erin Mason and doctoral student Adrianne Robertson co-authored an article that updates and expands the Transforming School Counseling Initiative's school counseling tenets to incorporate anti-racism practices.
By Shaun Raviv
Georgia State researchers on the factors driving polarization and extremism in America — and what it would take to set the country on a different course.
by Jill Neimark
Viruses have an amazing capacity to mutate. But what if we could turn that against them? Richard Plemper, professor in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences, is working to exploit this rapid evolution.